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Jan 29, 2013 7:00pm PST
thousands of workers manufactured films in a factory-like environment. (narrator) they were run by iron-fisted moguls who churned out stories with assembly-line efficiency. although studios have faded, crafts people working today -- production designers, editors, cinematographers, writers -- continue to employ basic stylistic principles established in the studio era. they could do more pictures in a week than i could do in a lifetime; they never did them alone. (richard sylbert) they had huge departments. (dede allen) in the days of the 30's everything was studio structure everybody worked for the studio. harry cohn at columbia, not only saw dailies, he knew how to look at dailies. (allen daviau) the first thing they looked at was how the stars looked the cinematographer was under a great deal of pressure to deliver mood, to deliver drama, to deliver all the texture that the story demanded and at the same time keep the stars looking as good as the studio expected them to look. a strong structure watched over the technique of the pictures and enforced certain rules. (richard sylbert) one
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